Hamburg European Open, previously the German Open Tennis Championships, has been running since 1891 (only for men), making it one of the oldest tournaments in the world. For the first four years of its existence, it was played as a tennis exhibition in the Casino-Saal on the Reeperbahn in Hamburg.
Hamburg European Open Tennis Tournament
This year it will be the 3rd edition of the Hamburg European Open. The 2023 event will start on 23 July and ends on 29 July 2023. The event consists of 32 singles main draw and 16 doubles main draw. The event will be held at the outdoor Clay court of Am Rothenbaum, Hamburg Germany.
|Tour category||WTA 250|
|Draw||32 S, 16 D|
Hamburg European Open 2023 Results
In singles, Netherlands star Arantxa Rus has booked her biggest tournament victory ever in Hamburg on Saturday. In the final of the WTA 250 tournament, she defeated wild card holder Noma Noha Akugue: 6-0 and 7-6 (3). With the profit, Rus reaches the global top fifty.
In the doubles championship, Top seeds Alexandra Panova and Anna Danilina come from a set and a break down to beat seeded no 2 Angelica Moratelli and Camilla Rosatello 3-6, 7-6, [10-3].
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Hamburg European Open 2022 Champions
The 2022 Hamburg Open belongs to Americans, both single and double titles won by American stars. In singles, American star Bernarda Pera played the final against top seed Anett Kontaveit of Estonia. Pera grabbed victory in straight sets (6-2,6-4). Bernarda wins back-to-back championships, she won Hungarian Grand Prix last week.
In doubles, American pair Sophie Chang and Angela Kulikov won the doubles championship against Aldila Sutjiadi of Poland and Miyu Kato of Japan. The winners defeated them in the final set (6-3, 4-6,10-6).
Hamburg European Open 2021 Winners
In 2021, Romanian star Elena-Gabriela Ruse won the singles title. Elena faced home star Andrea Petkovic in the final and defeated her by (7-6, 6-4). In doubles, Jasmine Paolini of Hungary and Jil Teichmann of Switzerland won the doubles championship against Astra Sharma of Australia and Rosalie van der Hoek of the Netherlands. The winning pair grabbed an easy win with straight sets (6-0, 6-4).
Hamburg European Open History and Winners
Since 1924, the tournament has been played in the Halle am Rothenbaum on Rothenbaumstraße (Rothenbaum Stadium), which has become the home of the tournament. The women’s event was held initially separately from 1982 to 1983 (in Hittfeld), and after 5 years break from 1987 through to 2002.
It was part of the WTA Tour but not known as Hamburg Open for all these years. In 2021, this event returned to the calendar of the WTA tour, becoming part of its WTA 250 series category of tournaments known as the Hamburg European Open. This event is categorized in WTA 250 level.
This event is categorized into different levels from its starting like WTA Tier V (1990–1992), WTA Tier IV (1993–2000), WTA Tier V (2001–2004), WTA Tier IV(2005–2008), WTA 250, (2009–2013), (2019–). 1st two editions were not part of WTA.
In the following table, we have listed down the past champions of the Hamburg Open.
|Year||Single’s Champion||Doubles Champions|
|2023||Arantxa Rus||Alexandra Panova (RUS) / Anna Danilina (KAZ)|
|2022||Bernarda Pera (USA)||Angela Kulikov (USA) / Sophie Chang (USA)|
|2021||Elena-Gabriela Ruse (ROM)||Jil Teichmann (SUI) / Jasmine Paolini (HUN)|
|2002||Kim Clijsters||Martina Hingis / Barbara Schett|
|2001||Venus Williams||Cara Black / Elena Likhovtseva|
Hamburg Open 2023 Prize Money
The 2023 Budapest Ladies Open Prize money is $259,303. The singles champion will get $36,228 and the doubles winner will have $9,950. In 2022, the total prize is $251,750.
|Stage||Singles Prize Money||Doubles Prize Money||WTA Points|
Hamburg European Open 2023 Draw
The event will have 32 singles and 16 doubles draws that will be released as the tournament progresses. 4 qualifiers will join 28 singles main draw entries in 1st round.
Hamburg European Open 2023 Dates, Schedule
The main draw will be held across a week from 23-29 July with a qualification round set for 22 July.
The official schedule for the WTA section of the event is as follows:
|Date||Singles Matches||Doubles Matches|
|23 July||Round 1||—–|
|24 July||Round 1||Round 1|
|25 July||Round 2||Round 1`|
|26 July||Round 2||Quarter Finals|
|27 July||Quarter Finals||Semi-Finals|
Hamburg European Open 2023 Players List
2023 Budapest Grand Prix Wta Entry List Including defending champion Bernarda Pera along with no 10 Daria Kasatkina and Donna Vekic.
Top Seed Players
WTA Hamburg European Open Doubles Entry List
|1||Alexandra Panova / Anna Danilina (champions)|
|2||Miriam Kolodziejová / Angela Kulikov|
|3||Vivian Heisen / Ingrid Neel|
|4||Arantxa Rus / Panna Udvardy|
WTA Hamburg European Open 2023 Tickets
For Match tickets details, please visit the following link:
- Buy Hamburg European Open Tickets Online from Viagogo
- Buy Hamburg European Open Tickets Online from Stubhub
We have listed down the official sponsors of the Hamburg Open of which some are renowned companies.
- Hamburg Active City
- ECE (Real Estate)
- Emirates (Air Line)
- Betway (sports betting partner)
- Pepperstone (Traders)
- Edeka (Food Chain)
- Hamburg Commercial Bank
- Arriba (Adventure pool & sauna village)
- Cunard (Shipping Company)
- Grand Elysee Hamburg (Hotel)
- Asklepios (Private Hospital Operator)
- Mercedes-Benz Hamburg